Through a Glass Darkly: Reflections on the Sacred

Frances Di Lauro (ed.). Through a Glass darkly: Reflections on the Sacred. Sydney: Sydney University Press, 2006.

Table of Contents

Articles

Front Matter
Frances Di Lauro
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Introduction: '... Through a Glass Darkly'
Victoria Barker
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Men of Faith: Stravinski, Maritain and the Ideal Christian Artifex
Sarah Penicka
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Moctezuma's Revenge: Iconoclasm in Film
Frances Di Lauro
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Artists Do the Big Picture: Arts Practice as Cultural and Religious Renewal
Rod Pattenden
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Norse Influences on Tolkien's Elves and Dwarves
Peter Wilkin
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Trauma, Testimony, Trascendence: Representing Diaspora in New Canadian Literature
Jamie S Scott
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Geist and Normativity in Hegel's Early Theological Writings
Philip Andrew Quadrio
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Concerning Voltaire's English Enterprise
Christopher Hartney
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Post-Secular Thought? God, No! Slavoj Zizek, the Lacanian Real and the Swerve of Symbolic Space
Mark Crees
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Art and Politics in the Systemprogramme
Philip A Quadrio
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Crossing the River of Flowing Sands: A Comparison of the Journeys of Xuan Zang and Sir Aural Stein
Julian Droogan
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It's All Very Simplistic, This Buddhism Stuff
Bredon Stewart
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The Meditative Experience: Contemporary Expressions of Fundamental Principles
Dharmacari Ratnavyuha
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Mystical Experience and its Critique of Pure Reason in the Spiritual Epistemology of Suhrawardi and Rumi
Milad Milani
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Manichaean Studies in the 21st Century
Andrew Wearring
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Modern German Heathenry and the Radical Traditionalists
Lauren Bernauer
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Alternative Worlds: Metaphysical Questioning and Virtual Community Amongst the Otherkin
Danielle Kirby
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Rockchopping With the Little Pebble: Mainstream, Fringe and Criminal
Shelly Wickham, Christopher Hartney
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Thinking About Levinas in Relation to a Spiritual Community
John Paul Healy
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The Garden and the Gardener: Towards a Cinematic Twist for America's Prelapsarian Fantasy
Christopher Hartney
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